An article by public health doctoral student Pragya Poudel and Associate Professor Cristiana Barroso appeared in the November 1, 2018 edition of The Scandinavian Journal of Public Health .
The article, titled “Social determinants of child trafficking addressed by government and non-government strategies in South and Southeast Asia: an integrative review”, explores the strategies used by several anti-child trafficking programs to determine if those programs address 21 specific social determinants associated with this insidious industry. How and if those determinates are met has a great impact on the success rates of each program.
Congratulations to Pragya and Dr. Barroso on a job well done!
The Scandinavian Journal of Public Health is an international peer-reviewed journal focusing on issues involving global health, aging, immigration and refugee health, mental health, child health, and occupational health issues.